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Asus P4C800 DLX i875P Motherboard Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 07/19/2003 12:38 PM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
PC Stats has posted an Asus P4C800 DLX i875P Motherboard review
It's kind of funny that even newbie computer users know the ASUS name, and speak of the "legendary" quality given their limited experience with computers. Name recognition certainly goes a long way in a crowded marketplace, and I'm sure the 'suits' at ASUS cherish it. There's good reason of course why Asus is held in such high regard, even with novice users; the build quality is widely considered reliable (but sometimes bland), and the products perform well, and last. Heck, my dad's old Asus P3V4X is still running to this day! Asus also seem to eke just a bit more performance out of their products than the rest of the crowd, and while you may not notice it in real life situations, it always looks good on the benchmark charts. As with the nForce2 launch, Asus motherboards based on the i875P Canterwood and i865PE Springdale chipsets were almost immediately available for retail sale upon the chipset release. Being at the forefront of a new chipset release is one of the key factors in getting market share - or in other words your hard earned spending money.